This week our legal expert Matt Parr answers a question about Bone Marrow Donation for gay men in the United Kingdom. Dear Matt, I know that gay men can’t currently […]
The introduction of gay marriage into UK law (except in Northern Ireland) could be described as the most significant step in gay and lesbian rights since the decriminalisation of homosexuality […]
This is the second in a series of articles dealing with the rights of LGBT renters. In our first article we dealt with new laws preventing retaliatory eviction. We touched […]
QualitySolicitors litigation lawyer Peter Adkins gives his advice on how to make a claim for compensation for problems whilst on holiday.
It is a fact of modern life – a vast majority of us rent our accommodation. This is the first in a series of articles dealing with your rights as […]
It is estimated that we will spend around £1.9 billion on “Black Friday” this year, with even more being spent when the January sales begin. It is estimated that we […]
News that the Court of Appeal has refused the application of a gay man for his husband to be treated in the same manner upon his death as a surviving […]
If you are on social media, then you may be aware of the controversy surrounding Facebook’s new ‘authenticity’ policy, which requires users to use their legal identity rather than a pseudonym.
In recent months, the transgender community has faced a large degree of media attention, which not only has encouraged discussion around transsexual individuals, but has also shone light on the […]
What about gender queer individuals, or those who adopt a different gender temporarily (e.g. transvestites)?
What does the law say about Employment Rights For Trans People?